[LAD] embedded high end audio
lucent at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 20:31:18 UTC 2008
Correction: the Indigo IO is 2 in / 2 out; the Indigo DJ is 0 in, 4 out
Unless I am mistaken.
I'm guessing that the F/OSS options are basically:
Custom board design with PCI envy24 chipset => ALSA : JACK / ~2ms
IEEE1394 devices made by ECHO (AudioFire2/4) => FFADO : JACK / ~4ms
Cardbus devices made by ECHO (Indigo IO/DJ) => ALSA : JACK / ~4ms
USB devices (48kHz native rate) => ALSA : JACK / ~8ms
The cardbus is going to be easiest for a one-off project. ALSA drivers for
the Indigo products are relatively mature. Some smaller ITX computer boards
feature cardbus interfaces built-in.
I seem to remember seeing a 64studio-related hardware device that integrated
an AudioFire2 though...
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 8:10 AM, Phil Frost <indigo at bitglue.com> wrote:
> I have an Echo Indigo IO that I had working in linux. It's a 2 in, 2
> out Cardbus device. As I recall, I had to build a kernel because
> whatever distro I was using didn't include the driver, but it was part
> of the standard ALSA distribution. There is also a 4x4 version called
> the Indigo DJ that is very similar and probably also compatible.
> On Jul 21, 2008, at 7:31 PM, porl sheean wrote:
> > [...]
> > if i was wanting to develop a small (up to around 20cm square) device
> > using an embedded linux setup, is there any high end (pro quality jack
> > compatible) audio devices that are easily attainable? basically
> > something like a high end adc/dac for minipci or something similar i
> > suppose.
> > [...]
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